Pumpkin Town Farms is opening for another season, and this year they are taking specials steps to make sure people have fun and stay safe.
Organizers said they began setting up for Pumpkin Town right after the 4th of July, and while there were some worries about opening this year, it will happen with some new safety measures.
According to organizers there will be an increase in sanitizer and hand washing stations.
Employees will be required to wear masks and they will be encouraged for people coming out to get in on the fun.
Since the area is spread out over 20 acres and it is outside, organizers say they feel confident people will be able to physically distance.
For those unfamiliar with Pumpkin Town Farms, it is a lot more than just a pumpkin patch; there will also be a corn maze, train rides, face painting and even a petting zoo.
Brigette Bosse with Pumpkin Town Farms said me they are glad it will get to open and it’s a great time for the entire family.
“I know everyone is ready for a little bit of normalcy so we’re really hoping to bring that where they come out and do these fall traditions they’ve done every year and get that little sense of normalcy back because I know we could all use it this year,” said Bosse.
Pumpkin Town officially opens at 10 a.m. on Friday morning.
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